Marin’s status on the Blueprint for a Safer Economy means the following Outdoor Recreation-related businesses can operate, with modifications:
- Boat Launches
- Charter Boats
- Golf Courses
- Recreational Equipment Rentals
- Recreational Vehicle (RV) Parks
- Tennis / Racket Clubs
- Other Outdoor Recreation Activity Businesses
Campgrounds, RV Parks, Golf Courses or Tennis Clubs with conference spaces or meeting rooms should keep those areas closed until each of those types of establishments is allowed to resume modified or full operation.
All public events or concentrated gatherings at campgrounds or RV parks, including group bonfires, group campsites, presentations at outdoor amphitheaters, musical or other performances, or other events must be cancelled or postponed until allowed to resume.
Each business much create, adopt and implement a Site Specific Protection Plan (SPP) prior to reopening. The SPP template combines state-level guidance published in the California State Resilience Roadmap and local Marin County public health policies.
Outdoor Recreation-related businesses / operations should follow the guidance below to create a safer environment for workers and patrons.
- Guidance for Campgrounds, RV Parks, and Outdoor Recreation (English)
- Guíapara campamentos(Español)
- Hướng dẫn dành cho các khu cắm trại (Tiếng Việt)
Outdoor Playgrounds and other Outdoor Recreational facilities should follow the guidance below to create a safer environment for workers and patrons.
Incorporate the appropriate industry specific guidelines from the state guidance linked above into the “Business Specific Best Practices” section of your SPP.
- Outdoor recreation guidance does not apply to youth camps, team or contact sports, school and educational activities, and other public gatherings. For guidance on day camps and youth sports, visit the Childcare and Youth Programs webpage.
- All youth, school-based, club, recreational, and amateur sports programs remain unaffected by Marin's tier status within the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. At this time, only professional sports are allowed to proceed with games and live-audience venues in a limited, outdoor-only capacity. Since Marin County has no professional sports organizations, this means all other sports activities are limited to current State guidance, prohibiting games and restricting practice activities. Please visit the Childcare and Youth Programs webpage for guidance on Youth Sports (school-based, club, recreational and amateur).